Trusted Professionals with the Right Tools. We have your best interest in mind!
We have the knowledge and expertise to identify potential issues before you finalize negotiations or even list your home. All our inspections follow the InterNACHI Standards of Practice. We also utilize thermal cameras around the interior perimeter to help identify moisture intrusion or insulation deficiencies.
We are so confident that you will be happy with your inspection, we offer a Buy-Back guarantee through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). Click Here for more information.
Panoptic Inspections LLC Specializes in Residential Inspections.
Once your offer has been accepted it is advisable to have a professional inspection. During the inspection we look for any major defects. These could be structural, safety, or mechanical related. We also include other items that may not be major defects but indicate something that could substantially alter the value of the property.
When getting a pre-listing inspection, it is easy to identify any major problems that could potentially slow or stop the sale from closing. Know the potential issues before even starting the process.
Whether you are purchasing a home or wanting to know the level of Radon in your home, Panoptic Inspections can help. We use a SunRadon 1028XP with additional environment sensors to measure your potential exposure to this naturally occurring odorless nuclear decay danger.
Every home inspection includes an evaluation of the roof, but we also offer a standalone service to inspect your roof.
Panoptic Inspections uses Infrared Technology to see the heat that the human eyes cannot. With this technology, we can inspect everything from insulation deficiencies to overloaded breakers and even moisture or water intrusion.
New Homes / 11 Month Warranty Inspections
This inspection covers all systems of a home: Electrical, Structural, Plumbing, and HVAC. This inspection is also valuable for just before the new home warranty expires.
Smoke and Carbon Dioxide Detector Testing, Battery or Detector Replacement
Commonly one of the most overlooked items in a home over the years are the Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors. Included in every inspection is a test of each alarm and evaluation of quantity and placement. Additionally we offer a stand alone service to evaluate your current equipment, clean, replace batteries or simply replace with updated detectors.
Breaker Box and Outlet Inspections
We have the right tools to check your outlets for correct wiring. We also can evaluate your breakers to identify potential issues before they become fire hazards like overloaded circuits or potentially faulty equipment. Additionally we can trace outlets and label your breakers. Often without removing power from the circuit.